The preliminary and main round draws have paved the road to Latvia next September.
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Preliminary round draw (21–26 January)
Group A: Montenegro, Greece, Lithuania (hosts), Andorra
Group B: Sweden, Kosovo, Cyprus, San Marino (hosts)
- Two group winners progress to main round
Main round draw (26–31 March)
Group 1: Kazakhstan, Poland, France, Finland (hosts)
Group 2: Azerbaijan, Slovenia (hosts), Netherlands, Preliminary Group B winner
Group 3: Portugal, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina (hosts), Moldova
Group 4: Ukraine, Romania, Belgium, FYR Macedonia (hosts)
Group 5: Spain, Hungary, Georgia (hosts), Turkey
Group 6: Russia (hosts), Czech Republic, Belarus, Preliminary Group A winner
Group 7: Italy, Croatia (hosts), Slovakia, England
- Seven group winners join hosts Latvia in the finals from 8 to 14 September 2019 in Riga.
How the draw worked
- Hosts Latvia received a bye to the finals
- Of the 34 qualifying entrants, the 26 with the highest UEFA futsal national-team coefficients received a bye to the main round and the other eight entered in the preliminary round.
Preliminary round (21–26 January)
- Two groups of four were formed: the two group winners progress to the main round, which was drawn in the same ceremony.
- Lithuania will host one of the mini-tournaments, with the other host to be confirmed by 9 November.
- Teams were split into four seeding tiers of two teams each, based on their coefficients.
- Lithuania were placed in the third position in Group A (according to their coefficient) from Pot 1.
Pot 1 (hosts)
Lithuania (seeding position 3, placed in Group A)
Pot 2 (seeding position 4)
Pot 3 (seeding position 3)
Cyprus (placed in Group B)
Pot 4 (seeding position 2)
Pot 5 (seeding position 1)
Main round (26–31 March)
- Seven groups of four were formed: the seven group winners join hosts Latvia in the finals from 8 to 14 September 2019 in Riga.
- Teams were split into four seeding tiers according to their coefficients (with the two preliminary round winners included in the fourth tier).
- Russia, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, FYR Macedonia and Finland had been selected as mini-tournament hosts and were drawn first from Pot 6, being placed in each group according to their seeding position.
- The remaining sides were drawn by seeding tier.
- Based on decisions taken by the UEFA Executive Committee, these teams cannot be drawn in the same group: Russia/Ukraine, Kosovo/Serbia, and Kosovo/Bosnia and Herzegovina.
- In order to avoid a prohibited clash in the main round, should Ukraine have been drawn in the group hosted by Russia, they would have been moved to the next available slot.
- In the case of Kosovo winning their preliminary group and qualifying for a main round group with a team they could not play, they would have been swapped with the next available team in position 4 following the order of the groups.
Pot 6 (hosts)
Russia (seeding position 1)
Slovenia (seeding position 2)
Croatia (seeding position 2)
Bosnia and Herzegovina (seeding position 3)
Georgia (seeding position 3)
FYR Macedonia (seeding position 4)
Finland (seeding position 4)
Pot 7 (seeding position 4)
Preliminary round winner Group A
Preliminary round winner Group B
Pot 8 (seeding position 3)
Pot 9 (seeding position 2)
Pot 10 (seeding position 1)